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i·ron·smith

 (ī′ərn-smĭth′)
n.
One that makes iron articles; a blacksmith.

ironsmith

(ˈaɪənˌsmɪθ)
adj
a blacksmith

i•ron•smith

(ˈaɪ ərnˌsmɪθ)

n.
a worker in iron; blacksmith.
[before 1150]
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The 27-year-old, son of an Ironsmith from Faisalabad, wielded his bat like a hammer as Islamabad United chased down 172- run target with four balls to spare, with Faheem Ashraf sending the ball sailing over mid-wicket for the winning six.
The 27-year-old, son of an Ironsmith from Faisalabad, wielded his bat like a hammer as Islamabad United chased down 172-run target with four balls to spare, with Faheem Ashraf sending the ball sailing over mid-wicket for the winning six.
They reflected the central idea of the campaign be it the Moroccan courtyard or an ironsmith's furnace, you could see the inspiration behind the products coming alive."
Do it nearest to the girlish movement, don't exaggerate." (59) "You are in a bazaar: you are the shopkeeper or take up any occupation you like, a cobbler, an ironsmith, blacksmith, a tailor, a sweetmeat seller, a barber, a goldsmith, a hawker, a dyer, drycleaner, or ice cream seller and so on." (60) For the elites that participated in this play, the Pahar was a stage on which they enacted their dreams of modern India and a modern art.
She was joined by son, James, 11, and friends Bruce Ironsmith and Chris Schofield as they went from Newburn to St Peter's Basin.
She was joined by her 11-year-old son, James, and friends Bruce Ironsmith and Chris Schofield as they went from Newburn to St Peter's Basin.
Students active in service-learning gain a further understanding and appreciation of their field of study and their community while achieving a sense of "civic responsibility" (Eppler, Ironsmith, Dingle, & Errickson, 2011).
Service-learning has been found to be associated with a host of positive outcomes, including greater sensitivity and empathy (Bernacki & Jaeger, 2008; Wilson, 2001); increased commitments to social justice (Eppler, Ironsmith, Dingle, & Erickson, 2011; Fenzel & Dean, 2011; Simons, Blank, Fehr, Barnes, Georganas, & Manapuram, 2012); improved cultural competence or multicultural skills (Einfeld & Collins, 2008; Meaney, Bohler, Kopf, Hernandez, & Scott, 2008); and stereotype reduction (Conner, 2010a; Meaney et al., 2008; Wright, Calabrese, & Henry, 2009).
- happen to be Hindu.) To quote an Indian Express editorial, "Bigotry and blackmail, lumpenism and violence in the name of the cow have picked up pace ever since the Modi government came to power in 2014 armed with a huge mandate." Last year, Mohammad Akhlaq, a 52-year old ironsmith and father of a young Indian Air Force engineer was dragged out of his home and beaten to death by a mob in Dadri, barely 30 km from the seat of power in Delhi, accusing him of eating beef.
Johnson C, Ironsmith M, Snow C, Poteat G, 2000, Peer acceptance and social adjustment in preschool and kindergarten.
"The lynching and murder of an ironsmith, Mohammed Akhlaq, in a village at the edge of our national capital has shattered our faith in the spirit of tolerance that is the core of our robust democracy.
Today, we get it made specifically by the local ironsmith. These tools are not readily available in the market but we make them specially."